Spring has finally begun. The days are brighter, the birds are singing and the engines are roaring. Yes, it's time to start getting up early on a Sunday morning to watch Formula 1 on the telly again.
Formula 1: Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne
Excitement is already building this morning after Fernando Alonso prevailed over Jenson Button as McLaren and Ferrari traded places up front in the first Formula 1 practice session.
Obviously, there's loads of speculation over who the best drivers, the best cars and the best teams will be. But anything could happen during the qualifying on Saturday.
The Australian Grand Prix is live on Sky Sports F1 from 4:30am to 6am on Sunday. So be sure to set your alarm for that. Otherwise the Australian Grand Prix highlights are on BBC1 from 2pm.
After Australia, the Formula 1 goes to Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Grand Prix. But it the British Grand Prix at Silverstone won't be until the 4th, 5th and 6th of July.
Off to the British Grand Prix!
I'm going to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone with my Dad on the 4th to 6th of July! Is it for a special occasion? Of course not. We just wanted to go - and then spent a absolute fortune on tickets.
So stay tuned for photos, video and a complete review of actually physically being there at the Formula 1 and most importantly, being at Silverstone, the home of British motor racing.
But it is his 60th birthday this year... So I am tempted to treat him to a Single Seater Thrill at Silverstone. As much as I've love to give him a real Formula One Driving Session I really cannot afford £1,500! Maybe when I get around to winning that lottery? After all, that's the next thing on my 'to do' list after the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.